About your Search

20121201
20121231
Search Results 0 to 1 of about 2
. >> if there is anyone in the over flow room now is the time to come in. >> i am mickey jones and we very much support your legislation. what has been going through my mind and listening to these comments. 365 days a year organizations like glad and nclr, hrc. we try to convince most people in society that gay people are the same as everybody else except for the genders of our partners and i don't see this even though it's represented as such, as a gay issue. we are diverse as any population. we go to work. we pay bills. some are property owners. some are renders. we cover every religious background from all over the world so i find it somewhat offensive for this to be framed as a gay issue and i don't find it as such. as a gay women we have children and grandchildren and we don't like seeing the naked guys in the castro and i appreciate what you're doing in pushing this legislation. thank you very much. >> thank you very much. next speaker. >> my name is susan thompson. i have lived on the edge of doris park and 20th street for 30 years. i support the legislation. an example -- more than
as mickey jones, and our single -- and our center -- our singer anette etheridge. thank you all for being here. as north carolina becomes more global, we are mindful that our impact in the world is significant, as evidenced by the fact that we have summit for and councils in north carolina. three of them are here with us today. the honorary consul of france, the honorary consul of sweden, and i suppose the dean of our council delegation, the honoraria council from moldova -- honorary consul from moldova. we have a delegation from st. mary's school here today watching this historic proceeding. we thank them for this moment in north carolina and united states history. as we prepare to begin the voting process for the north carolina electoral college, i would like to take a moment to reflect on the importance of this institution. this is the 56 north carolina four college meeting, and it represents a proud history of citizens peacefully passing on presidential power from one term in office to the next. today's activities are a combination of constitutional law, federal law, and state law. it
Search Results 0 to 1 of about 2